On Oct. 17, the Southern Environmental Law Center issued a statement on behalf of opponents to the proposed Mid-Currituck Bridge, claiming that NCDOT is delaying building the seven-mile Currituck Sound crossing due to rising costs and lower traffic forecasts.
Storm Protection Measures Yield Mixed Results When Hurricane Matthew Comes to Call
PCL Civil Constructors made extensive preparations as Hurricane Matthew approached to secure the jobsite and equipment of its project to replace the Herbert C. Bonner Bridge on the coast of North Carolina. And yet, as the storm pulled away, two 140-ft-long barges were found beached, almost 30 miles away. An NCDOT engineer provides details.
The Atlanta-based electrical contractor is keeping busy in a charged-up construction market
“Staying within the headlights” is how Vann Cleveland, vice president at specialty contractor Cleveland Electric Co., describes the family-owned company’s vigilance against overextending its capabilities in the vigorous Georgia construction market.
Canada’s SNC-Lavalin has taken pains to repair its scandal-tainted brand as it pushes market growth and global expansion. In a cost-cutting move, the engineer-constructor giant soon will sell its much-photographed corporate headquarters property.